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Royal Outrage: Meghan’s father orders Queen Elizabeth?

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The Duchess of Sussex’s father, Thomas said that Meghan had not sent him a Christmas card. But he was hopeful that they could at some time build their relationship.


Thomas also said that he had not had contact with his daughter for months.

Thomas Markle directly appealed to Britain’s reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth on Monday to intercede and end his estrangement from his daughter. 

Former US actress, Meghan married Prince Harry in a star-studded ceremony at Windsor Castle. 

But the immediate build-up to the wedding was overshadowed by her father. As her pulled out of the wedding just a few days before Meghan’s nuptials.

Thomas said he had not had contact with his daughter for months. He also said that all those repeated text messages to Meghan had gone unanswered.

Also read: Meghan’s Family Feud: Duchess Makes SNEAKY Comeback To Father Thomas Markle In Speech.


In an interview, he was asked what message he had for Queen Elizabeth. 

To which he replied: “I would appreciate anything she can do and I would think that she would want to resolve the family problems”.




“All families, royal or otherwise, are the same. And they should all be together certainly around the holidays. Please reach out to me. I love my daughter very much and she has to know that”. 

“All I can say is that I’m here, she knows it. And I’ve reached out to her and I need her to reach back to me. I love her very much. This can’t continue forever”.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan are about to be parents.

Also read: Thomas Markle Speaks Out About His Daughter, Meghan’s Rumoured Feud With Kate Middleton



“I am certainly hoping that everything goes well and that they produce a beautiful baby. I hope I’ll get to see a little Meghan or a little Harry. Honestly, I think she’ll make a great mother”.

Mr Markle also dismissed reports that Meghan could at times be rude. She was, he said, very polite as she had been raised on Hollywood stages.

Kensington Palace did not immediately comment on the interview.

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